10th October 2013 - 16:47 | London UK, 200a Pentonville Road, N1 9JP |
This course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. It also gives you the opportunity to learn about the different types of fire extinguisher and how to use them correctly (due to environmental issues there will be no live demonstrations).
**COMPANIES LOOKING TO TRAIN BETWEEN 10-12 CANDIDATES CAN OBTAIN A DISCOUNT OF 20% FROM THE PRICE PER CANDIDATE. PLEASE CALL US ON 020 3239 6977, TO BOOK A DAY THAT IT IS CONVENIENT FOR YOU. THESE COURSES CAN BE DONE IN HOUSE OR AT OUR ADDRESS.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety, designated fire marshals and anyone who needs to know how to use a fire extinguisher.
What you will learn?
The course will present an insight into fire regulations and general fire precautions. It aims to provide you with the knowledge to be become a fire marshal.
Causes of Fire in the Workplace
Classes of Fire
The principles of a Fire Alarm Systems
People with disabilities including Refuge Areas
Managing Contractors including Hot Works
The importance of Fire Doors
The Role of the Fire Marshall
The Proactive role of the Fire Marshall
The Reactive role of the Fire Marshall
The Human Responses
Learning from what went wrong
Fire reduction strategies
Course starts between 10am-4pm, 1 day course , 6 hours , including breaks.
Assessed by a written test , time duration 45minutes , 30 questions with a possible 60 total marks, 45 marks to pass
£75.00 per person which includes certification and a manual
HSE Accredited course
Please note that the certificate is valid for 12 months, prior to expiry we will inform you about refreshing dates and how to get a new certificate.
Refreshments will be offered
IF YOU ARE AN EMPLOYER OR A COMPANY PLEASE READ BELOW TO UNDERSTAND HOW YOU CAN STAY ON TRACK WITH THE HSE LAW FROM THE FIRE SAFETY ASPECT.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order2005 became law in October the 1st 2006. The Fire Safety Order applies to England and Wales only, Scotland has its own legislation, the Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006, which are similar in that they are risk assessment based, but there are some slight differences such as referring to 'person or persons who have control to any extent of the relevant premises' rather than a 'responsible person'.
Please click here to find out more information with regards to the law on Fire Safety. A very helpful tool for all companies Risk Assessments is from the HSE website, this is a very good way to see if your company complies with the rules and regulations: available Fire Case studies can be found on http://www.hse.gov.uk/risk/casestudies/
If you are wondering why is this necessary, the answer is simple: Insurance companies will no doubt include clauses to ensure their clients are complying with the law, with obvious connotations where there is a lack of compliance, they may refuse to pay some or all of an insurance claim.
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